Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Hendersonville Real Estate

One thing that sets Hendersonville real estate apart from the popular areas of Brentwood and Franklin is Old Hickory Lake. This has long been an attraction for buyers who can afford the luxurious lakefront houses. The lake is not the only attraction; Hendersonville has a variety of real estate that appeals to many different tastes. Hendersonville homes are an attractive prospect for investors and families alike, on account of the community's excellent location, culture, economy, and progressiveness.

Incorporated in 1969 but already Tennessee's 10th largest city, Hendersonville owes a lot of its growth to its convenient position on Old Hickory Lake, with 26 miles of lakefront land. In addition, Hendersonville is only about 20 miles from Downtown Nashville and the Nashville International Airport. This prime location allows Hendersonville homeowners to live a quiet life near the lake, yet is just a few steps away from the excitement and convenience of the big city.

With one of the state's most affluent and educated populations, Hendersonville contains some of the area's most desirable upscale neighborhoods. A 13-member Board of Mayor and Alderman govern the city, ensuring that the community's growth is stable, comfortable, and in tune with the city's unique blend of spacious rurality and urban comfort.

About Hendersonville, TN

The school system in Sumner County has long been seen as a major competitor to Williamson County's. To view current statistics and reports on Tennessee schools, click here. Other useful education sites include GreatSchools.net and SchoolMatters.com.

The newly extended Vietnam Veterans Blvd is the main route for Hendersonville commuters who work in Nashville. The expansion of I65 South has greatly enhanced the travel time to Nashville so that now an average commute time between Hendersonville and Nashville is about 25-35 minutes. Nashville International Airport is just a short 35 to 45 minute drive away from Hendersonville homes.

The Indian Lake Village shopping development is coming along at a fast pace, and includes a new high tech theatre that can seat up to 3,000 people. Barnes and Noble, Red Robin's Restaurant, and numerous other clothing and food stores are also set to call Indian Lake home in the near future.

The City of Hendersonville web site and this Hendersonville community site can provide a lot of additional information about Hendersonville's history and its future, but that doesn't tell you the whole story. We think the best way to get to know the Hendersonville area is to spend a day looking at homes with one of our buyers' agents like Phil Dildine, who is a long time resident of Hendersonville. Local knowledge is hard to beat!